Face Your Primary Role Of Governance -- Adebutu Tells Amosun


The Chairman, House of Representatives Committee on Rural Development, Honourable Oladipupo Adebutu has  berated Ogun  State Governor,Senator  Ibikunle Amosun for his recent statement that he knows those that will not succeed him.

Ladi Adebutu described the statement credited to Governor Amosun as a 'reckless statement’, urging him to stop playing God.
He however, urged the governor to face his primary role of governance, adding that only God can decide who gets to lead the people.
Speaking on the recently conducted Local Government elections in the State, Adebutu described it as a sham, claiming,  it was  orchestrated by the Governor Ibikunle Amosun led administration.
Hon. Adebutu stated these  while addressing candidates of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP, in the 2016 Local Government elections in the state at the PDP Secretariat, Legacy Building, Abeokuta.
In his words, he admonished the candidates to consider themselves as the vanguard of the moment for a better change in Ogun State.
"I stand here to say boldly that what was sold to the public as a free and fair local government election in Ogun state is merely a ruse.
The daylight robbery of your mandates by the state government has further exposed the criminal nature of the APC led government and their penchant for illegality.
"I want you all to know that I am a firm believer in the autonomy of the local government administration in Nigeria and I promise to ensure the functionality of the council when elected in 2019.
Leaders of the party commended the candidates for holding forth and standing with the Sen Ahmed Makarfi Caretaker Committee and Ogun State PDP Chairman, Alhaji Sikirulai Ogundele.
They were urged to continue to work for the success of the party in all ramifications.
Present at the gathering were Chief Mrs Iyabo Apampa, the Apex Body Chairperson, Elder Yemi  Akinwonmi, Chief Oyekunle, PDP state executive officers and  all local government party chairmen.


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